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7 Steps To Keep Your WordPress Website From Getting Hacked

WordPress is a very popular content management and blogging system! According to wikipedia, WordPress is the most popular blogging system in use with over 60 million websites using the platform. Because it is so popular, it is an attractive target for hackers. Here are 7 steps to keep your WordPress site from getting hacked: 1. Keep your WordPress version current [...]

By | December 28th, 2013|Wordpress Tips and Tricks|Comments Off on 7 Steps To Keep Your WordPress Website From Getting Hacked

12 Steps to a Successful WordPress Upgrade

A WordPress upgrade was released earlier this month as the latest major release from the WordPress Community. This is great news! The new features and functionality that is available provide a solid step up from the previous version and we plan to use many of the features and functions with our clients. As we start the client upgrade process, here [...]

By | December 28th, 2013|Wordpress Tips and Tricks|Comments Off on 12 Steps to a Successful WordPress Upgrade

5 Ways to Exclude WordPress Categories from RSS Feeds

I have a client that was importing his twitter feed into his Wordpress website and creating daily posts summarizing his twitter tweets.  He actually was using Wordpress as an archive for his twitter posts because he tweeted about things that interested him.  He was active on Twitter and had many tweets published every day.  The tweets were being consolidated into [...]

By | December 18th, 2013|Wordpress Tips and Tricks|1 Comment